mattmay05 wrote:Well technically you are, but when our standing 4 ft away no-one has noticed at various exhibitions. Also secondly this is a low resolution print. I have a 50 micro print. There are no lines
My personal thoughts are that 50 micron layers are usually the thickest layers you want when working with an SLA style printer. That said, I'm working in N gauge so this is even more useful - although I've had some quite nice prints out of iMaterialise in the past printed at 100 micron layer thickness but that is also a higher spec machine than I'm used to dealing with.
Either way, your 3D printed coaches look excellent and I hope that my GNR full brake in N gauge comes out somewhere near that kind of quality. Do you rub your prints down at all?